Cape Cod Bay Reports

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Cape Cod Bay Fishing Report – September 13, 2018

The tube-and-worm fishing has been steady in about 20 feet of water from Spring Hill over to Scorton Ledge. Anglers fishing at night have also been picking up enough larger fish on eels to keep them going out; it isn’t gangbusters and there don’t seem to be an great concentrations of fish, but the bass are moving in close to the beaches from Town Neck to Sandy Neck.

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Cape Cod Bay Fishing Report – August 16, 2018

There are all kinds of mixed reports coming in from the bay, with some folks stating that there aren’t many large bass around, while others have mentioned small concentrations of bigger fish. There is a vertical jig bite up off of Provincetown, but again, the fish are mainly smaller legal bass, with many boats opting to move over to the backside if the bite is slow or dominated by small fish.

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Cape Cod Bay Fishing Report – July 19, 2018

Once again, there are definitely a number of spots in the bay where you can catch bass and a number of ways you can do it.
Billingsgate is fishing well for both charter and recreational boats; there is a lot of bait thereabouts in the form of sand eels. The so-called “heavy hitters” are hanging around the east entrance, where there is plenty of bait in the form of mackerel.